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Roland V-1HD Live-Streaming Kit

$1,294.00
SKU:
KIT-ROL-V-1HD+MAG-32060
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  • Roland V-1HD Live-Streaming Kit
  • Roland V-1HD Live-Streaming Kit
  • Roland V-1HD Live-Streaming Kit
  • Roland V-1HD Live-Streaming Kit
  • Roland V-1HD Live-Streaming Kit
  • Roland V-1HD Live-Streaming Kit

What's in the Box

  • Roland V-1HD Portable 4 x HDMI Input Switcher
  • AC Adapter/Power Cord
  • Cord Hook
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Magewell USB Capture HDMI Gen 2
  • USB 3.0 Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty

Roland's V-1HD 4 x HDMI Input Switcher is a portable solution for HD video production that accommodates up to four HD inputs. The inputs each have a frame buffer/TBC so you don't need to genlock your input sources together. You can control the switcher manually by using the built-in controls, or connect it to a computer or iPad running optional software for electronic control. Select your working resolution and switch between your four input sources. Built into the switcher is a 12-channel audio mixer which can de-embed and embed audio signals from HDMI.

The integrated T-fader allows you to manually control the speed of transitions, or you can use the take button to actuate your selected transition. The unit features a program and multiview preview output, as well as an analog audio input and output. Though small in size, it allows you to perform picture-in-picture, green screen, and other keying effects, while a transform control enables advanced video effects on your footage.

Record or stream an HDMI signal via USB 3.0 with the Magewell USB Capture HDMI Gen 2. With its HDMI v1.4a input, this capture device will accept resolutions up to 1920 x 1200p60. If you need to stream or record at a certain resolution, the USB Capture HDMI will internally up- or down-covert the input signal to the set resolution. It can also perform frame rate conversion and deinterlacing in real time with its own hardware, taking the processing load off your computer's CPU.

Because the USB Capture HDMI uses the existing drivers on your computer, the capture device will work with any software that supports those drivers. If you don't have a USB 3.0 port available, the USB Capture HDMI will work with a USB 2.0 port, although the resolution and frame rate capabilities will be reduced due to the restricted bandwidth.